Everyday Postcards

With seven continents, nearly 200 countries, and more than 7.5 billion people in the world, even the most avid traveler with unlimited funds couldn’t see it all in one lifetime. So explore with these Everyday Postcards sent in by travel bloggers from around the world.

Everyday Postcard from the Rocky Mountain Arsenal in Denver, Colorado

Roughly halfway between the Denver International Airport and downtown, the Rocky Mountain Arsenal is a 16,000 acre wildlife refuge. While driving along the 11-mile-long Wildlife Drive, visitors can see bison, deer, waterfowl, and more. Learn more about the preserve in this Everyday Postcard from Stephanie. With seven continents, nearly 200 countries, and more than 7.5 …

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Everyday Postcard from Praslin Island in the Seychelles

Everyday Postcard from Praslin Island in the Seychelles

Known for palm-fringed, sandy white beaches, Praslin Island is the second largest island of the Seychelles. Laureen from My Fab Fifties Life sent in this week’s Everyday Postcard from stunning Seychelles and describes her experience on this island chain off the east coast of Africa. 

Everyday Postcard from Havana, Cuba

Everyday Postcard of Classic Cars in Havana Cuba

Because of the decades-long US embargo in Cuba, no US-made cars have entered Cuba since 1960. This means that visitors can experience a real-life car museum of American classic cars in Cuba. Learn more about the 1950s vehicles that fill the streets of Havana from Talek in this week’s Everyday Postcard.

Everyday Postcard from Milford Sound in New Zealand

Everyday Postcard: Milford Sound in New Zealand

Located on New Zealand’s South Island, Milford Sound is known for Mitre Peak, one of the most photographed mountains in the Oceanic country. Learn more about Milford Sound in this week’s Everyday Postcard from Miles Less Traveled.  

Everyday Postcard from Japan’s Okunoin Cemetery

Everyday Postcard from Japan's Okunoin Cemetery

The Ichinohashi Bridge marks the entrance to Japan’s Okunoin Cemetery, one of Japan’s most sacred sites. Nick from Spiritual Travels visited Koyasan in winter and shares his experience in this week’s Everyday Postcard.

Everyday Postcard from the Palermo Cathedral in Sicily, Italy

Everyday Postcard from Palermo Cathedral in Sicily, Italy

As a result of centuries of additions, alterations, and restorations, the Palermo Cathedral in Sicily, Italy, is an interesting mix of architectural styles. Learn more about the Palermo Cathedral in this week’s Everyday Postcard from Talek who visited the cathedral on a road trip through southern Italy.

Everyday Postcard from a Dutch Windmill in Sint Philipsland

Dutch Windmill in St. Philipsland

On the southwestern coast of the Netherlands, Sint Philipsland is a small, quiet community far from heavily visited tourist destinations elsewhere in the Netherlands. This Dutch windmill is one of many that have played important roles in the country’s history. Learn more about Dutch windmills in this week’s Everyday Postcard sent in by Rianne.

Everyday Postcard from Easter Island

Back of Everyday Postcard from Easter Island, Chile sent by Life of Doing

Located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean and known for its 800+ monumental moai statues, Easter Island is an intriguing destination. Learn more about it in this week’s Everyday Postcard from Jackie, the travel blogger behind Life of Doing. On the back of her Everyday Postcard, Jackie writes the mysterious moai on the remote Easter Island: …

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